Briefings

Ian Price

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>This does depend on the dance leader, of course. I've often been
called and asked to play for a dance in only a few days' time (or
even the same evening). Or they plan the dance weeks ahead, but only
get the dance list to the musicians a few days ahead. I'm on the
local RSCDS list of musicians who is capable of playing without
notice, for better or for worse. Sometimes there's sufficiently
advanced notice, sometimes not.<

I will not play a gig on less than 2 months' notice. Period. All my clien=
ts
know this and they have consistently delivered over the past 20+ years, G=
od
bless 'em.

In return they get the best I can deliver. That's another absolute rule. =
I
may not be a professional musician by I am a Professional Engineer and I
conduct myself with a professional attitude. People at least know where
they stand.

-2chter

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